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KNiKi & Mike Beale Project's stage presence has an instantly identifiable and energetic delivery. Renowned Australia-wide not just for stellar musical performances and captivating stage presence, but also for their ability to deliver a genuinely good time.

Mike's vocals and guitar playing take you on a journey of his influence from Led Zeppelin to Robben Ford and Eric Clapton. When he picks up the electic guitar, hold onto your glasses as he will shake them clear off the table!

KNiKi delivers powerhouse vocals ranging from soft sweet clours to tearing the house down. She is different, mesmerising, captivating and entertaining. 

KNiKi and Mike Beale Project will be supported by Duos Amigos (7.30pm) and Jook Joint Band (10pm)

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In the 1970s, John Meyer was on ‘the most wanted list' of rock guitarists, finding fame with nationally successful bands Swanee, Sharon O'Neill, Rose Tattoo, Chain and Perth bands Bakery and Fatty Lumpkin.

Today Meyer can still kick any young butt from here to hip hop with his enthusiasm and passion to master the guitar's seemingly endless scope. Simply, John Meyer is an Oz Rock Icon!

John Meyer's Blues Express performs at 8.45pm. Supports are The WarmUps (7.30pm) and Two Dog Night (10pm).

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Kerry B. Ryan’s Blues Experience are Kerry B Ryan (Guitar/Vocals), Ian Ironside (Drums), Paul O'Neil (Bass/Vocals), Jim Frazer (Keyboard) and special guest Vocals Carrie Lee.

Playing selected songs from BB King, Freddie King, Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Hendrix and others, all the songs you know and maybe some you don’t but all worth a listen. And for those who like to spend time on the dance floor, lots of dance-able beats.

The band will play 2 sets and is supported by Mary Myfanwy (7.30pm)

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Not many of us can say that we've dreamed music and actually remembered the exact line once we've awoken from our sleep. Yes, Natalia’s imagination never seems to take a break and her persistent nature will see that Natalia will not stop until she reaches her destination.

After receiving a scholarship to the renowned Perth Modern SHS, Natalia's creative skills were taken to a whole new level. Not only would she write vocal part harmonies, but every instrument was accounted for. It wasn’t long until she was in the studio with accomplished Perth blues guitarist/producer "John Meyer" at the age of 19. Laying down all those musical lines once dreamed of, John mentored Natalia and exposed her to the idea of recording and with that she released her debut album "Open Arms". At first glance of the new album, you can hear those handfuls of styles being portrayed over the eleven track production. Singing from the heart, Natalia draws on attention to detail and meaningful power from her lyrics to entice those listening.

Performing regularly around Australia, it is fair to say Natalia is becoming quite the household name. Performing jazz/soul styles at Crown Perth, stripped back acoustic shows and of course full band shows with an outstanding line up of musicians behind her, Natalia has shown just how truly talented and diverse she really is, whilst managing "Flash Nat and the Action Men" a 6 piece corporate / party band, a duo "Soul Doubt" and her trio "TNW". With NEW MUSIC coming late 2017, Natalia's story is still only just beginning!

Natalia will be supported Trevor Jalla (7.30pm) and Resonator (10pm).

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After going dark over Christmas and New Year, the Perth Blues Club will re-open on Tuesday 9 January with Queensland's 8-Ball Aitkin, supported by The Night Herons (7.30pm) and Steely Blues (10.30pm).

8-Ball plays a sizzling hot blend of original country, blues and roots music. His material delivers a fresh serve of honk, stomp, Aussie swamp music, straight from the Mareeba Delta -- roots music with balls. 

This is the perfect way to start 2018 and coupled with The Night Herons and Steely Blues, what more could you wish for. 

Come on down to the PBC and let's get the year off to a good start.

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